Comedy • PG • 2004 • 1 hr 35 min
There’s something about this movie that I can’t explain , it’s just funny .
Humor dryer than a piece of wood and outstanding character writing. Perfect movie in my eyes.
Very memorable dialogue and characters. Leaves you feeling good at the end.
Rewatched recently, and after nearly 20 years, it remains uniquely funny and I could still recite lines. Cult classic for sure.
The ultimate “you had to be there” movie. If you watched this in like middle school/high school when it came out, this was peak cinema
This is an amazing cult classic and forever will be amazing! Quotable and just overall fantastic. Stellar cast and just a joy to watch! 💯🥔
Childhood favorite - still fun all these years later
This and The Office are like- the pioneers of cringe comedy. So many quotable moments here. Great stuff.
Like awkward comedy? This hits the nail on the head… vote for Pedro.
First time through, I didn’t see what the fuss was all about. 10th time watching, you can’t help but quote something from every scene.
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